FASD and Child Welfare Practice: A free seminar with Prof. Dorothy Badry

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Government Services Office (GSO) Conference Centre,

Department of Human Services

165-169 Thomas Street

Dandenong, VIC 3175

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Protective Case Planning for children in care with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

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Prof. Dorothy Badry is an international expert in the field of FASD and child welfare, and is presenting this one-off seminar in Melbourne for child protection and child and family practitioners.

Children with FASD are over-represented among children in care, and when FASD is not diagnosed or recognised, life can be very challenging. Children with FASD need those around them to act in their best interests, and being FASD-informed is important for social work practice. Prof. Badry will be reflecting on the importance of anticipatory case planning where FASD is suspected, as well as other valuable learnings from her research and practice in the social work/FASD sectors.

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Government Services Office (GSO) Conference Centre,

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165-169 Thomas Street

Dandenong, VIC 3175

Australia

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